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SCHEDULE Showing the amount of the two and five-twenty-fourths mills tax

levied in 1876, on the real and personal property in erich county in the State, viz. : For general purposes, including New Capitol, one and seven -eighths mills, and for bounty debt one-third mill, with the erpenses of collection and the amount payable into the treasury; also the amount of unpaid taxes returned to the Comptroller's office and admitted.

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$393 04 78 65

35 54 3,310 05 3,414 44 334 51

150 89 7,443 59

1,879 57 3,827 39

68 23

81 23 14,666 24 12,485 40 1,509 12

12 28 1,252 67 22,031 44 6,105 01

285 87 27,560 oi 4,762 80

2 77

37,987 91 79,909 62 85, 261 48 45, 624 76 74,052 65 26,821 52 40,745 93 33, 680 50 13, 831 88 76,298 70 78,144 62 22, 230 73 24, 846 93

37,622 77 79,409 62 84, 761 48 45,168 84 73,552 65 26,553 49 40,563 07 33,343 69 13,693 56 75,798 70 77,644 62 22,008 42 24,598 46

415 92

1,473 76 3,308 81

296 35 5,000 00 365 14 500 00 500 00 455 92 500 00 268 03 182 86 336 81 138 32 500 00 500 00 222 31 248 47

32 -46 467 55

18 11 22,459 47

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6,636 54

Saratoga...... Schenectady.. Schoharie Schuyler Seneca St Lawrence. Steuben Suffolk. Sullivan Tioga Tonipkins Ulster Warren Washington.. Wayne Westchester.. Wyoming Yates.

$35,849 77 16,293 89 15,861 44 11,604 04 24,78 06 40,745 95 33,215 26 29,314 73

7,861 35 17,578 15 22, 2:20 84 36,55:3 36

8,333 23 38, 297 99 39,107 17 132,576 38 21,347 24 20,545 28

$35, 504 14

16, 130 95 15,702 83 11,490 21 24,782 06 40,338 49 34,863 89 29,021 59

7, 782 74 17, 404 08 22,000 19 36,187 83

8, 453 23 37,916 03 38,716 10 131,249 75 21,133 93 20,339 83

Add 1% mills

78 44

407 46
351 37
293 14

78 61
174 07
2:20 65
365 53

80 00 381 96

391 07
1,326 63

213 31
205 45

848 64
171 33

156 01 3,723 17 4,240 15

102 49

16 09

school tax,

$5,446, 340 23 | $25,792 32 $5,420,547 91 $158,147 72 3,082,834 09

$8,529,174 32

SCHEDULE
Showing the increase and diminution of the capital of the Common School Fund during the year ending September 30, 1877.

Bonds
for lands.

Bonds
for loans.

Loan ot 1810.

Bank Compir's
stock. bonds.

State stock.

Oswego Money in the city b'nds treasury.

Total.

$36, 000)

Amount of the fund

October 1, 1876.... $229, 285 21 $145,611 22 $49, 326 $50,000
Increase of the fund

as stated below... 1,350 00

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250,000

1,528, 973 30

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INCREASE OF THE FUND.

DIMINUTION OF THE FUND.
Principal of bonds for lands.
$1,350 00 Principal of bonds for loans ..........
30,000 00 Principal of Oswego city bonds......
250,000 00 Principal of State stocks..

Principal of Comptroller's bonds....
Money paid from the treasury for United
States stocks..

$30,000 00
Comptroller's bond.......

250,000 00
Transfer ed to U. S. Deposit Fund for
bond for land.....

1,350 00

Bonds for lands:
Amount transferred from U. S. Deposit Fund....
United States stock purchased.
Comptroller's bond for investment...
Money received into the treasury for
principal of bonds for lands...

$16, 307 98
Principal of bonds for loans............... 2, 002 98
Principal of Oswego city bonds..

2, 600 00
From income of U. S. Deposit Fund.. 25, 000 00
State stocks reimbursed.........

1,165,057 24
Comptroller's bonds reimbursed..

36, 000 00
Sale of land..

655 10

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1, 247, 623 30

81,503,318 20

$25, 655 10

$1,528, 973 30 Showing an increase of the fund of.....

BANKING DEPARTMENT.

After the office of Bank Commissioner was abolished, in 1813, the Banks of the State continued to make their reports to the Comptroller until 1851, when a law was passed (April 12) creating the office of Superintendent of the Banking Department. He was vested with the general supervision of the Banks of the State, which are required to report to him quarterly. By an act passed March 20, 1857, the Savings Banks were also required to report their condition. By an act passed May 5, 1874, Trust Companies and other moneyed corporations were required to report semi-annually. The Superintendent makes an abstract of these reports, and submits an annual report to the Legislature. He receives his appointment from the Governor and Senate; holds office for three years ; has an annual salary of $5,000, and is allowed a deputy, examiner and several clerks.

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